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                                  • I'm trying to migrate my wpf app to dot net core 3, I'm stuck because it can't find xtrareport, how can I migrate the report to net core 3? 

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                                Hi Bruno,

                                To use the Reporting components in your WPF application that targets .NET Core 3, install the DevExpress.WindowsDesktop.Wpf NuGet package. It includes our reporting components. Note that .NET Core 3 is currently in preview state, so there may be a lot of changes both in our components and in .NET Core 3 itself when it is finally released.
                                Also, not all our components support .NET Core 3. Please check the Visual Studio 2019 and .NET Core 3 Support blog post for more information regarding this. There, you can also find links to our demo projects converted to .NET Core 3.

                                • bruno mandarà 07.11.2019

                                  I've already installed that package(    DevExpress.WindowsDesktop.Wpf  )  but can't find the references, I tried to install the devexpress.reporting.core package and so I find the references but it gives me some errors because I used the direct printing method "report.print (printer_name)"  but it gives me the error that the print method is not found ... is it right that I have referenced the package devexpress.reporting.core? 

                                • Vasily (DevExpress Support) 07.12.2019

                                  Hi Bruno,

                                  The  DevExpress.WindowsDesktop.Wpf NuGet package already includes reporting components. So you do not need to install any additional packages. And the devexpress.reporting.core is intended for .NET Core 2.1, so you cannot use it in your .NET Core 3.0 application.

                                • bruno mandarà 07.13.2019

                                  I tried it now, it gives me an error on the print method, how can I fix it?
                                  i added screencast

                                • Vasily (DevExpress Support) 07.15.2019

                                  Hi Bruno,

                                  To avoid discussing multiple topics in this thread, I have extracted this question to a separate ticket created on your behalf: T758113: .NET Core 3 Reporting - XtraReport class does not contain the Print method